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Review: Excruciating Guitar Voyage

Sunday, November 28th, 2010

Review for indie game “Excruciating Guitar Voyage” is up at Resolution Magazine. Didn’t have as much fun with this one as I’d hoped! The full review can be found with a little clicky clicky, but here’s a snippet:

“IT’S A tricky thing to really nail “naff on purpose”. The danger is if you don’t caricature enough it seems like you’re just as bad as what you’re lampooning, and Excruciating Guitar Voyage flirts with that line. Often. I was consistently wondering if they were serious or taking the mickey, and a feeling of unease was the unpleasant ramification of that.”

Review: Astroslugs

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

I did a review a while ago for my new literary home Resolution Magazine on the lovely little puzzler called Astroslugs, but forgot to pop it up here! Check it out here.

You gotta go there to get the whole thing but here’s a snippet!
“ASTROSLUGS IS the love-child of The Bit Barons, Alexander Zacherl, Alexander Widl and Sergej Klementinovski, an indie development trio from Munich, Germany. In this colourful puzzler you play as an alien whose rocket has crash landed on a foreign multi-continental planetoid. In order to repair your ship and go home you must decipher ancient alien hieroglyphs by activating ‘slugballs’ in certain patterns in order to harvest their energy.”

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